Growers can apply for payments from the Market Facilitation Program.
Mexico, EU, and Canada hit back with threats of additional taxes on U.S. produce and agricultural products, including apples, grapes, blueberries, and more.
Once an afterthought in sweet cherry production, China has become a major player in the global market.
Chinese government reportedly agrees to buy more U.S. energy and agricultural commodities, but joint statement released does not provide exact details.
Dormant live cuttings from countries in the European Union must currently go through pest risk assessment.
Much-needed investments in labor-saving technology could be key to long-term survival.
Local grower community hopeful over President Trump’s announced intention to renegotiate NAFTA.
Imports from Mexico would add jobs in the Lone Star State.
USDA APHIS is extending the comment period on the proposed rule that would amend the regulations to allow […]
Opportunities for growers abound as the Panama Canal doubles its capacity.
Change came after the California Canning Peach Association objected and said the Sacramento school district should buy American.
This is the second time this pest has been discovered by U.S. Customs and Border Protection agriculture specialists.
Despite expanding business abroad, Florida Agriculture Commissioner Adam Putnam says he’s confident in the protocols in place to prevent entry of invasive pests and disease.
Thanks to expansion of pilot program, apples, citrus, and pears from Argentina and Peru now allowed.
USDA’s Foreign Agriculture Services says large crop due to better weather.
American Pistachio Growers (APG) today announced the end of a longstanding policy that provided unfair advantage to imported […]